Former UFC champ Ronda Rousey becomes first woman to headline WWE WrestleMania

Sergio Cunningham
March 26, 2019

Former UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion and Hall of Famer Rousey arguably is the brightest star among the trio, having been persuaded to jump ship to the WWE in 2018.

Lynch previously defeated Flair in a "last woman standing" match at WWE's first-ever all-women's pay-per-view, Evolution, in October. They're making that official, official.' I was like, oh, shoot! But he told me to explain why I couldn't do my April Fool's Day joke and tell everyone I'm pregnant.

"Three women are going to headline #Wrestlemania this year".

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If this report is true, and Dean isn't booked to be in any of the rumoured 18 WrestleMania 35 matches either, it looks like his time on WWE TV has indeed already come to a conclusion. "It was never just talk, it was the hard work of every woman past, present, and future to get us here". Lynch was eventually removed from the match-up after attacking authority figures Stephanie McMahon and Triple H - to which she was replaced by Charlotte Flair. I think that just this whole year we've been cooking up this flawless storm of all of us, all succeeding on our own, and it's like the whole world is waiting in suspense for us all to collide. We won't let you down.

Becky Lynch then followed it up by beating Liv Morgan in the quickest time, therefore winning the beat the clock challenge and Rousey took to Twitter to respond to the loss. I saw. I changed the game.

At WrestleMania, Roman Reigns will go to war with Drew McIntyre in a highly-personal showdown on The Grandest Stage of the Them All.

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